RED LODGE IS NOW
CAMP IS A MODEL OF INTELLIGENCE
AND REFINEMENT AS WELL AS
PLACE OF SCIENTIFIC TALK.
LATEST AND BEST IN
EVERYTHING IS USED
Benbow's Airship is Now the Talk of the
World and Bida Fair to Solve the
Problem of Aerial Navigation-Purest,
Sweetest Mountain Air, Good Water
and the Finest Climate.
I~I'iI.11A. TO I NTI MOIt NIAI.N.]
Red .Lodge. Jutle 6.-Th-'l'e Iooming townll
of Red ].Lodge, situated way tp aminog the
moutntlains, sta;ndils as all everlasting con
tradictiotl to thIe prev.ilinig illlgprrssinli
that it Ol Canips re nieerssarily lila(is
thetic, vulgar Ihlaces, filledl with inhabli
tants who go :liout with .tiutty faces ttdt
never gct far nihive the divi'diilg lin, which
sep;r;lleus refitll'tittnt fiomti silplu allitit:ll
' h. a. Ilutithiw tirship, ;ts stlihd in
°Tunt..lay's hntter .Mou- tatin, i,. t.. t;,Ik ,f'
the sticintific sitrhl today. ttd hids faiir
to solve thle Irohlml of atrial niaviKgatill
hetht" than it hn,. y,'t been sov edv.,. Tlha=t is
Olle' rT.l i to IiI I.iuc .
"Th n.t i ts1 l, hu .Ii r_. Irtrgrisiv . itn cut''ry
w ay, ;an tiIieilh i f t asli 0 , ,t ini all ltin ts
are it(. t oo 11 ) [ got 1 r t e i .tt IJ,,. lgi tpitI'.
'hi, latsI t ritt/. iin IIth c: ,iltal 'cIty of
C( inrhvi uotttitly is the pitnOilii, or attli. tlie
pialt pltayer. 'I lhis i, a etCm ilratiiv ly
Inll t iln tt tii. but th.r art alrt.aidy two
of tiim iiin l 1,. I.d gI. I tiulity .'\ull rttoi 'y
CI.,II l wj(i t ii lstu t ti- , pitr l ,l iii histt
ihon i-l inly th. ,litii;a l I y r h, kr,
wa ith ro 1 t a ii ..c l I iyit-lk tu L it ; .ilrtl , t -
Cleu i..p l r Of H th ,v.ryhody .it 1<.q.
,"4ow', .. \\\ 1 i'ntlillip rhl irllia l o di" he
h-:ird of c.oullt\ tcomllllisionll I", lhal. lol
it utwtil s its' an k btittil rthianl thu i
ne'w pimlat.h a0l rnt hi., h:,nal~o , h,, lo ,
g~iviin, plehaslret+Io :lI w ho. ,nte. ". his U, h
IPi.:, .ne p u ,, mi , a ,n a t,,n bl,,ih are th,'
dvith itn g t.
It i,, .',rtain thn;t h'<', I.,,ly, ha,' '-,nw.
thin+'. lhal .,.w 1as woubx,' tll Allye million,.
to pow.'t'hw- lfor illn |;Ita tcl, thlt p utr('ht,
sw, t et t n".t tlt all~ ilt air thait 'v*,r hl,.w
acrow ;l ..ttowy Ipt;k ; the. Ib",t anld, 'olhlet
watt+r that ev',r tr~inlehd ,+way flroll ;I th ;li
ll llliil stlow% h+;ilk atlld ruthht'+ down,
A mitll tht' littl,. ,ity i'+ gr,, inlX apice,' w ith
;Ildt' lidi Iuine".. hhl 'k'. :.nd, lias: re .i
_ece __e o h ot o to al
OPPOSITION i0 THE
PROPOSED TO PUT ON BOTH FAST
PASSENGER AND FREIGHT LINE
TO BE ARMED CRUISERS.
[ I aV a r a I IA I 'I I.,..
I. .. l. Jaiin. J ,. --'lthe -oti,, atlions of
theit' itish aindl lthe aanadi:it giovernianiits
anil .ai , of the other colnital g vero-I'
men!t, with lthe' i'un:ard .t and rolthier lines
complrising whalat is now terme(d the l.iv(r'
pool sylicate.itc, which is lopposing the .\or
gaun shippinag combin(il'e. contemilplate, accord
ing to the Westimijiter (;:iatete, loth a
fast '..rvice of snail and pa;a ngear st eaml
eri in coujiiiiitn tialon with the ' ;utlldilan
Piacific railrotdl and a Ileet o, fatt freight
T'lhe mail sta';umers, which it is proposed
to buihjl, will ble of enormanu sizel, capable
of st',aintnig -'5 .tots an hbo r, :ult will ie
fully eq uippid for use as armelal cruisers
carrying 8b inch quick-liring. 6-inch aunns,
furward and aft, andl broadsils of threet
4.7 inch guns.
T'lhe freight lat,a lltars, i ill ibe 6 iknot
essels carrying sJix to 'en thousaanld tol
T'lhe' \\'' it iu.ter G (e:a tte tl hin:kse it
probabl tlhat Milla'd haven a will he the
lpart of dtleparturt of the tla t,
'ThI 'hctic couniteimplcla iatels a l iof
staiame' r rltauiug to (China, Jlapanl
and A:,stralia, from \ancouver, i. C'.
Canadla and Australia are eCxplctedl to jaoin
ill payiing the sula sidies.
A dralft of the scheme inlvets thel hmlne
government guaranteeing a anall interest
in the capital involved.
This, will lave to be ratified by the house
of comoans, "where," says the Westmin
ster Gazette, "it will lproblably lae nct with
Oppr i t ion.
Arrange the Details.
[Ill' AsurIt I '' ta ' tII : ss.]
New York, june 6.-l)elinite organiza
tion of the Atlantic shipping syndicate is
proceeling with all the speed that can lie
expat'.,al from such at large undlertaking.
Cleavent A. Griscom. president of the In
ternational Navigation companlay and ler
nard N. Baker, president of the Atlantic
Transportation compalnay, will sail for Eng.,
land soon to meet J. P. Morgan and the
officials of other steamship lines that will
enter the deal and will arrange the details.
IPROVIDE iNCE, R. I.-After a futile
- t uggle for live weeks, ,2o00 striking
"msters in this city yesterday decided to
urn to work ina tihe lerms of the master
l h r new nm:ngetent. Entirely renaod
,'ledl at an expense of $12,000.
V ..opens Sunday, June 8
With the Select
By Henry Guy Carleton.
popular Prices, 23, 50, 75c
Seat sae ceasences lr.day, o a.. i.
HANNA'S SPEECH ON
FIRST BELIEVED IN NICARAGUAN
ROUTE, BUT UPON STUDY HAD
CHANGED HIS MIND.
SENATOR IS ACCORDED
Maintained That the Cost of Construct
ing the Nicaraguan Canal Would Be
Much Greater and That Panama Route
Being Shorter Would Be Much the
Best in Every Way-Stubborn Facts.
ru ,i i"i IAII.i Icili s.I
Washingtoh. Jun.e (.-In iurther contiil
cr;tiin of the Isthmiian cianal priojc't the
senate hIeard yesterrday two slpie'clhs,
neither (f whichi was comipleted. Mr.
Ihann:i, IIhil, spoke ili favor of the
S. iioni r ;IIIIllleIdnihlltlt co) ferring I nI th
presilent authority to purchase the right.
oIf theil I':n:u nat ( anal compnll: y i'f a triKt
coud, l I, i bli,iied., otherwi .: he shall d -
cidle 1up1n th Niearaigua route. Uhr.
Mitchell tsupported the. i ep]h]urn bill Ifor
the coiitructiiIn nf the canlal Icy the Nic
Uraiignan route. Seleui hais a S'enator
Lien a, ccrdied t more attentive heiaring
phan th.,l given to Mr. II:mua. The
':antaa raitei l' Ile cot ideral uiitclh to li
prferllI it the Nicaragua route, as it
l.videhl a.n iner o..iraic wnterwaiy utchli
shorter ansd ine tlhat ioiul li be traversil
at ; hi lss eixpe.se thanu the Nicaragua
,Mr. . litchi ll rii r;i that unless the.
Nirir~ugua rodlte was determined upon
dlliiiltly by ciingr ,, it wouhl uli0e:0i tlhe
inldeunith, plstpon,"men it aid perhaps the
ultimtiate d'-f st-, of aly Canal 'gislati~ to .
Ilh ij.,iied that thli e NI. :irauii routi' was
enitiirely Iu'sil. l and practicahbl. while the
i'a;1,,ui.1i r'out'h involved dillicuit+ic which
were e:ari ly t . ' suriiunt II.el.
'i hil- senate pa;i, il tih- military acaeiu'l
ippIopr'inn bill, provilding f.or extnilv
iniproltcnents at l l 'Wst I'lntt. i tl IIMurlHrr ,
KaI ns:l,, opi,,dw, Mr. IDate, ami limenl
1n1l tipr.'.-el the1 w xis that there were
°.,r I; e ds 'l.s at \\'e-t ('lint. "Those not
tlneeded iIn ,rin., ihe sail, shoudt re
tiun io civil lii,. 'I heiy could formi fine
renile force to Li ti ucil for the dc
feni-. of the ttlii, . 11i. :i:aets' uil,,!
i,1, i i .as r j, t, fl rd fi t i hi(ll p i-i'ed. A
bill Io ralify ;iu .wretnwmnt with thie ("ho t"
law :ndl ('liick;i,' w in liaisl was p er ; l 'l,
ai lan :in'lt prI 1 'lilt, for )rle homestea:ds
ill IL, I "i, in -lai, 'tre rvatio, i in ( hlorrldo.
Senator Hanna's Address.
AI o 'cloclk the istlllnia t cana;l l ill w l'a
till In lp Mr. I I ntIal;i, ;i 4 ti lJiber of the
ilnl,'l c,,;oini' canal r nm ,niflte. ahdressing
tihe 1a iet ill sllupport f Ilt.: tSpotlIIr
;aint , n nt. lrwl i(\ll th B ig e (tthe pir. idet.'ll
1;l1h1 Ih v eI ;l l.lth ily to I'l t i It l lll tI (1 1upo thel
1outn in: ruin,- I r1'.. ri tl l h" inn get t cl11r1
titlls I the Pa rn ,, h.' I .1, l'o' pla'sy con-, 0
Sio1n ald propel' rty. : otllrwi, hi t.t ll tl
It.l ih l o t II il' t i \ r ll l rll' ('1t' toe.
Il4 h 1 )hio i '-t0 ator :i.il, tlhet American
I ',, pl, h intt . i e n l.!e t'l ,- llnt ifd o to te
i1. ,i trantlsit of r;ailways n.!oµ ,le'lelml; ,h'
in11s11 tlr tr nl' p rllllllllot' I thE' wtIas. The
11I. I ill IIttl st.'a'e h:ld bI. ' p si:ltdl, andt
t Ih s n t o l l ,i In 'e s .,t .d w \ , t h a t ,o f
the b,'t. rIult" by which til,' emial was to
C i trlli .tl. \11 . 1 ,111 l;n t aid I ' ha ld
Ill' \ic;'.tll l i tlll il,(Orll' l. ' the only iet
I,11111 1 In c o, ai r . 1 hi l'nl tuted S italtel h:I1
tI1.1n ,hli trrcl from embalrkingl onl tthatr
pr i ,iSt. Lil no the light olf eS ventslt the
Ialto aceld to him to hat' interfered to
pr. nt its from I . a1king lt it i ;take. The
I';ttnl cl e ute was only ,to miler loit ,
while tha of Nicartagua wlas 18.1 mil, r In
"tou build your wanal." saidt he, "to
provide for tIto passa, ok f ships from
noce I t lo ,cm iln thel least posIible time
and o ith the learst Opnlle." A canal
ct , 'ructed o il such litnes, he said. meant
.s ce:s.s. Ih e saidt I. w eas loing for the
p.ol..p ,it;o fort it, conilercial elvantagese
aos well as its ;ivantages as. a ylans of
a\ e nare to he,dh thids canial for the
worMl," hle ,aid. \, a}ree to build a
canal for the t ,onuIete of the worhl, and
ti ust take into :wl cont the oll rrld."
by stuhbborn fi~ uts anI by the finlint
of tihe best tnginiueg t in thie contry ofe
hdl been cmllpelhel to change his vi'ws,
which originally had beac in favor of" the
N it';r;.gtta ronlt'.
Mr. Manna referred to the seismic dis
ttrbalce4s i l lt itl cu aln ruionll, ald s.p-o
estt'ed that those disturbances ought to
caser the Amirican congress to pause
atlt to c tinidr the sug..u'tle dcangers se
t inn ly.
lhe maintained that the cost of tihe Nic
araugua canal wou .tlie inlmensely greater
in puoint of construction that the Panama
canal, and said he was prepared to dlem.
onstrate that the Nicaragua canal could
not le operated at night. Mr. II:tan said
that in mainy res.pects the same conditions
applied to both the Nicaragua and Inammna
Discussing the Spooner substitute, he
denied emphatically that it was subter
fuge intended to delay and procrastinate,
lee explained that if the president were
not satisfied with the Panama Canal com
pany's title he coul proceed to buihl the
canal by the Nicaragua route, provided
that all conditions and concessions were
satisfactory, It was understood, of course,
that the United States did not propose
to go ahead with the canal project except
with a clean sheet. Ily either route he
believed the canal could he a power for
the peace of the worhl and he had no fear
of any interference with the United States
or any of its citizens engaged in the canal
o construlction by any foreign power,
Cotton Broker Dead.
New York, June 6.--Peter La'ourse,
one of the leading cotton brokers of the
r country for many years, and 'who me to
New York from New Orleans four years
ago, is dead from a complication of
diseases. lie was 55 years old. In 1895
Mr. La Bourse engineered a corner in cot.
ton which caused considerable excitement.
LONIDON-It was announced yester
day that Whitelaw Reid, special envoy of
the United States to the coronation of
King Edward, will have the honorary de
gree of doctor of laws conferred upon him
by the Cambridge university at the same
time that this degree is given to Prof. H.
W. Parker, professor of music at Yale uni
IN AN OLD CASTLE
IT WAS FORMERLY THE SEAT OF
THE GRAND MASTERS OF THE
KNIGHTS OF ST. JOHN.
DIPLOMATS AND MANY
VEMBERS OF ROYALTY
Brief Reception Held at the Chapel by
the Emperor, After Which a Banquet
Was Served-Marienburg the Starting
Point of European Civilization-Polish
Arrogance Checked by the Germans.
lIV AssocIrATr Pa.ss.)
Maricnbhurg West Prussia, June 6.-A
uniltc :andl picturesque spectacle was wit
Inessed here yesterday, when in the pres.
ence of iimlperor William and the em
press, inliny diplomlats, mnembers of roy
ally and nobles, the work of restoring the
:nclciclt castle of Marcinllurg was offi
cially teitph td.
'I lhe catlc il the middile ages was the
se.l of gr;nild masters or the T''cutotlic or
.der f the Knlight. of St. Johli. The cere
monies yesterday were rendered remaf.
ably bIrilli:ant by the revival of the ancient
costumeiis ,o tlie Knights of St. John.
Ilis majesty sitood at the gate of the
castle while the Kniiihts of St. John and
othe.r Ildeputation,: tiled through with the
hurt h i, tlls ringing iand the choir rais
ing :a sonlg of thantksgiving.
'I he eimpleror afterward i'roccedcd to the
ichapter hall, where he hell a brief recep
tioi. I.ater there was a banqtuet at which
the e'iperor ;iand other royal Iapisotinages
Slpeaking ait the ba;iitiut t'mliperior Will
ianlll ithanked ttie order for what it had ac
complilishiid. ('lontioning, his imajesty said:
'I ha( om'c befoire (ill this spot enr
phaSI,ri the fact that ancienLt Mariciliburg
was the' -tarting poini t of thel civilization
of the counitries ;cast of the Vistula. Ma
rii:hirg al\ways reniiiiulwJers the synm
ol of I;erniany's iiission aii once more
I elpr('ss llty expectation that all the
brothers of the order of St. John will al
Utways lie at illy service when I call upon
thieii to. guari l I etanlt tmannersa and cus
EMINENT GEOLOGIST OF NEW
MEXICO LOOKS OVER SOME
[ItY A55501 IA .I I. PRI . S.
AIbuutertlue, N. M., June 6.--Dr. C. L.
Ilerrick, former president of the New
Mexsico Iltliversity atmd one of the most
eminent geologists in the west, after care
fully examining the supplosed volcano cra
itr, illteenl miles from (;alup, gives a
descrilptionl of the locality and says:
"l'ere there is a fold and fault which
is interesting because of the mnctamor
phism that i, going on. From cracks in
the sandstone overlying the lignite there
is issuing a constant stream of heated
air, carbon dioxide, sulphurous oxide and
The solfataric action may Ibe attributed
to the slow oxidization of shales in the
presence of water. From this point east
ward is a series of cracks that have been
filled with iron and lime, serving still
further to shlw that along this fold and
breakwater at one time ascendeid steam.
IDr. Ilerrick does not believe there is any
iossilbility of danger of eruption from
AMERICAN COMPANY HAS LEASED
MEXICAN RAILWAY AND WILL
COMPETE FOR FREIGHT.
IY as. O'IAI: D PRLSl.]
San Francisco, June o.-fl"y June 1st, of
19o3, the Tehuanthre railroad across the
isthmus of the same name in Mexico will
compete with the P'anama route and the
American overland lines for a share of
the shipmenlts between the Atlantic sea
board and the Pacific coast."
'This statement was imade by J. J. Al
len of the city of Mexico, general tariff
manager of the road, who is in this city.
"The Mexico govermnent owns the Teh
uanthre road," said Mr. Allen, "but hits
leased it for fifty years. Its Atlantic ter
minus is Coalzacoalcos, while Salina Cruz
is the P'acific terminus. It is the inten
tioni between now and June i, 1903, to have
a steamer line between New York and
Coalzamcalcos and between Salinia Cruz and
For the Atihtic service three modern
staIcmers of seven thousand tons each,
with a speed of eighteen knots an hour,
are being built under American register.
I cannot say what vessels we will have on
We extpect to handle the cotton ship
tnents from the gulf states to the orient
in addition to other freight,"
New Steamship Service.
lusY A~ssocArsu PaREss,]
New York, June 6.-A new steamship
service will be inaugurated between New
York, the West Indies and Venezuelan
ports by the departure next week from this
port of the Italian Ales Andro del Bueno.
For the present the sailings will be
SEMI-ANNUAL FINANCIAl. STATE
MENT, SCHOOl( DISTRICT NO. z,
SILVER BOW COUNTY, MONTANA.
The following is a financial statement
published by the board of trustees of
School District No. r, Silver Bow county,
Montana, in conformity with the provis
ions of Section 1795 of the Political Code
of the state of Montana. Statement cov
ers a period between December I, 191o, to
Jutne r, 1902:
RECEIPTS IN GENERAL FUND.
I)ecember I, 1901:
Cash in county
treasury . $..$143,347 14
tionment ..... 73,011) 9
Ca s I received
levy ......... 5,471 52
C a s h received
sale of books. 769 oo
C as h received
sale of cop
per roofs ... 1,372 6o
(:ash received in
Holbart ...... 1,ooo oo
C as h received
tionment ..... 26.76 50-$251,148 68
Total ......$151,148 68
for 6 months.$Iot,-83 430
for 6 months. 7,679 23
ent and oflice
clerk ........ ;2.30 oo0
ass't clerk and
architect ..... 3,775 00
R itllts ......... 1. ,16 o00
Iluurance ...... 752 40
Repairs ........ 5,064 71
Fucl .......... 5,-'23 93
Renewal of fur
niture ....... 4.6312 03
.ight and power 579 75
\\ater ......... 20u 3t
Free text and li
brary books... 2,o,3) 34
Frcight :a1d dray
age ......... 703 55
MeCrchandise ... 828 1
Supplies ....... 1,)5,o o 35
stain ....... 513 .17
I.. .chel 11luumll
ing Co., plumb-h -
ing at Greeley. 303 71
IL chel I'lhtu b
inlg (Co., heat
inig plant ..... 1,700 oo
',5ct of school5
election ...... 2.379 75
Sontiingent .... 1,.388 07
Total ..... $143.72o 96
June I, 1902:
Cash in coutnty
treasury .....' o7.4-'7 72--$25r,r48 63
IlL'II.DING FUND-RECEI ITS.
Decenlmber t, 9l1):
(';as in county
treasury .....$ 777o.4 J3o
Cash received in
bart ......... 2,ooo oo
C a s It received
taxes ........ I 78-$ 79.706 08
B1UII.I)ING FUND )DISBUL'RSIMN'I'S.
Paid on sites
and new build
iig ......... $ 51,573 98
IPaid rebate on
taxes ........ 9€) 82
Jtuce I, 1902:
Cash inl county
treasury .... 28,041 =R---$ 70,706 o8
)Decemler 1, 19O01 :
(ash in county
treasury .....$ 35,512 oo
C a s It received
from taxes... 743 46-$ 36,255 46
P'aid interest on
bon1ds .......$ 4,152 15
Cash in county
1, 1902-....... 32,103 31-$ 36,255 46
President School Board.
Death of Dr. Nelson.
[UN ASSorIArED I'R1E5.]
New l ork, June 6.-I)r. William Armi
stead Nelson, grandson of William Nelson,
sIho took an active part in the siege of
Yorktown, and son of a family prominent
in Colonial Virginia is dead at his home
in this city. Dr. Nelson was appointed
in 1840 assistant surgeon in the United
States navy and accompanied Commodore
Perry on his expedition to Japan. He re
signed shortly before the civil war and
on the outbreak of that conflict jointed the
ON LITTLE ISLAND
IT IS NOW INTENDED TO BUILD A
MEMORIAL SHAFT IN HONOR OF
THE HISTORICAL EVENT.
aII' ASSOCIA E I 'l aRISss.J
New York, June 6.-Three hundred
years ago Bartholomew Gosnold planted
one of the first English settlements in
America, says a New Bedford, Mass.
On Thursday a company of historical
patriots landed on the little island at
the tip of the Elizabeth group, and with
simple ceremony laid the corner stone of
what will be at the end of the summer a
memorial shaft in honor of Gosnold and
The party which laid the corner stone
comprised Charles Randall, George F.
Bucker and Walton Ricketson of the local
committee on tne shaft; Edwin D. Meade,
Dr. Francis E. Abbott and George'E.
Wolkins, president of the old south his
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notices, entertainment notices, cards of
thanas, to cents a line each insertion.
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cents:; 16 to so words, aso cents; ast to as
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tary remedies, a cents a word each inser
lion; $a.oo per month per line.
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for errors in advertisements taken through
HOTELS AND RESTAURANTS.
Dinner tomorrow at Southern hotel. Dan
Tewey, proprietor- aSc. The most abundant
meal of best-cooked food for sir. As much as
you want of any and every dish. nil fn- "'c.
Try one of our dinners and be cbovinced that
it is the best on earth for tss money,
Fried Lake Trout, Shoestring Potatoes,
Codfish in Cream, Montana White Fish.
..am Hocks and Cabbage
Prime Cut of Beef. Pan Gravy,
Shoulder of Mutton wit t Currant Jelly.
Steweu Beef, Spanish Baked Meat Pie,
Maucaroni and Cheese,
Boiled Rice with Calilornia Peaches.
Mashed Potatoes, Sugar Corn,
-DESS I. HiT
Blueberry and Custard Is'lc,
Tapioca I'udding, Cream Sauce,
Belle Fleur Apples and Oranges.
At 4:3o Beefsteak, Cold Meats, Pickled
WANTED.-A PERMANENT POSI
tion by an experienced clothing., gents'
furnishing and shoe man. Address A
a, Inter Mountain Publishing Co., Ana
G;EOR(;L IH. SIEE.--ASSAY\ER AND
chemist. No. a W. Broadway, Butte.
JOIIlN R. BAPTY.-ASSAYIER AND
hcnhmist, 117 Ihtamilton St.. Ilutte.
ALEXIS PIUHil., ASTRO-i'IIRINOLI)
gist, at the Len.ox. Exanlmnation of
head and life, telling what occupation
to follow, who to marry, what state to
live in. Full chart $2.5o. Also teaches
IBUTTE AI)DJUSTME.NT COMPANY LtL.L
lects bad bills; try it. itS North Main.
BEET SUGAR REPRESENTATIVES
MAKE PROPOSITION OFFERING
REBATE ON CUBAN PRODUCT.
rav .Asso, IAt ri i ist . i
Washington, June 6.--Tl'h committee
appointed, conlsisting of Senators Elkins.
Blurrows and Senator Jones. of Nevada, to
confer with the republican meilmbers of the
senate colllmmittee on relatioll with Cuba to
decide on the degree of relief to he given
the Cubans in the way of tariff reductions,
had the first meeting with that conmmittee
The meeting was attended on the part of
the committee by Senators P'latt of New
York, Cullom and Spooner.
The conference extended over a period
of two hours' time, but no agreement was
reached and an adjournment was taken
The proposition to grant a rebate on
Cuban products was made by the beet
sugar representatives and most of the time
was devoted to the discussion of this prop
'The representatives of the beet sugar
interests united in the assurance that there
would be no difficulty in securing substan
tial unanimity in support of the rebate
plan, but said, in effect, that it would he
impossible to secure solid representation in
support of any plan for tariff reduction
owing to the serious clfect on the infant
industry of beet sugar.
The proposition was not flatly rejected,
but Mr. Platt stated on behalf of the ma
jority of the committee that he was not
prepared or disposed to accept it.
lIc conltended that the proposed reduc
tion would not injure the beet sugar inl
Sails for Manila.
Itn' AS~isoIIAIED Rlta iss.]
New York, June 6.--laden with 50o tons
of supplies for the ships of the Asiatic
station, the cruiser Buffalo has sailed for
Manila. The ship also carried 700 sailors
to replace those whose terms of service
have expired. The Buffalo will go direct
to Gibraltar, and is expected to make the
trip to Manila in 4a days.
Here Is Your Chance.
The Great Northern Railway company
announces the following low-rate excur
To St. Paul, Duluth and Missouri
river points and return ........$42 oo
To Chicago and return .......... 53 o5
To. St. Louis and return .......... 49 So
On sale June 7, 8, to, i4 and t6. Good
returning until September i5.
For further information call at Great
Northern Ticket Office, 41 North Main
street, Butte. o
$34.50-St. Paul, Minneapolia and Re
July 4th, 5th and 6th the Northern Pa
cific Ry. will sell tickets to the above
mentioned points and return at the rate
of $34.50 for the round trip, tickets good
to return up to and including September
ast. For further information and berth
reservation call on or address,
W. H. MERRIMAN,
Gen'l Agt. N. P. Ry., Cor. Park and Main
W. O. W.
Attention I Bute Camp r53 will hold
their annual memorial services June 8,
190a. All members and visiting Neighbors
are requested to -meet at our hall at 9:30
a. m. sharp.
J. W. JAQUETTE, C. C,.
SECOND-HAND GOODS BOUGHT
and sold; freight paid to neighboring
towns. Oechali, 124 West Park.
WANTED-PURCHASER FOR A to
room house, which we can sell for $too
down and the balance on payments of
$40 per month. Here is a chance to
become a property owner. Consider this
offer. Chas. L. Smith & Co., 33 West
WANTED AT INTER MOUNTAIN
Good clean cotton rags.
WANTED-$5,ooo AT to PER CENT
on gilt qdge security. Address B. D.,
care Inter Mountain.
WANTED-$S,ooo AT 10 PER CENT
on gilt edge security. Address B. D.,
care Inter Mountain.
THE MONTANA TRANSFER CO. IS THE
largest and most thoroughly equipped outfit
in the city and will give you best service.
Office t5 West Broadway. Telephone, a3;
Postoffice Box, 763.
COATMAaER WANTED. N,'I/MAN'S
57t,4 West Broadway.
WANTED-A THOROUGHLY EX
perienced tman in a real estate office.
Address M. A., care Inter Mountain.
WANTED-BOYS. A. D. T. COMPANY.
PATIHWAY TO SUCCESS. DR WITH
ington, palmist, Wash. blk., over P. O.
MAZIE, PAI.MIST-READING Soc. YOU
can consult me personally or by mail.
Send lock of hair and date of birth.
216 S. Idaho.
CARD READ)IN(; 2Sc, t6 S. IDAHO
NEST SIDE EiLECTRICCARI'Wc CI.EAN.
ing C.o., o \\W. Broadway. Telephone 86/A.
CARPET CI.EANING(-(;. E. SHAlE.
Mgr., Mont. and Porphyry. Tel. 669-M.
MONEY TO LOAN.
MONEY T( Lo.(\N-LARGI t,.. SMALL
sums. Jackman & Armitage Co., 37 North
LOANS--MtlNE1y TO LOAN A. 8 I'ER
cent; no delays. Hall Brothers, 46 East
Broadw:ay. Ilutte, Montana.
FO:R ICENT--FItRNISlII l) RW)OMS
for gentlIemen autt neatly furnished
rooml f.r holusekeeping. Tcrim,. rT';taout
aiblc. N. Cit East PaIk.
1FO( R I:NT.- -TWO - iU L NI S11El)
roomst, $,; lodgiing room. 4; .14 North
lNE.\\'Y L(NiS' R iSIIED R OMS. SIN-.
gle anld n sutitec. Shert:tman Hlouse.
FOR RENT- I'UINISIIEl) Rotf MS. 'OM.
plcte for housekeeping. -.t9 Nest Galens
1TO RKN tr---S'BTANT1I.\I . HUll.l)
ing. 3i 14b $u feet, for store, storehouse
or factory. II. J. Illume.
If.Al.l. FIHR RENT.---llI"ITE "IV M.
nasium hall., 343 I. PIrk. newly ful
nished awl retittl,. T'Iesday, Thurs.
day and Saturday. Openl for englage
ient. Nteate..t hall in town for small
parties or dancing. $;.oo per night.
Will ac'oltnn'rdate .3o to 40 couples
com fol\ably. \\ ill furnish lunch and
refreshments if desired.
FOR R-NIT- ---I RtOM Ri(K Mtlts'
imodern in heart of city. 'Curtis &
Majors, 35 \We.st Granite.
FOR RI..IN'--NINE:-ROOM I1O'S ,
with all lmodern iliprovtients.ii south
west en: ter Mercury antd \:Waslhiington
streets. Inqutire next dolor, No. 203
Sottuth \Waslhingtont strey t.
FOR RENT-$.t.so. INCLUDIIN's
water live-roo it lat having all modr:
inmprovements. at Noi. 486 East Park
street. Inquire at (;iard's store, No. 135
MONTANA 'IAVI CO)., R)OOM 3i2
Goldberg building, We treat success
fully al diseases of womeln, catarrh,
stomlach and tIowel comllplaints. Con
sultation free. Ollice hours a to 5 p. Ili.
For Sale--Lodging I louses.
Lodging house of 47 rooms, in good lo.
cation, thoroughly modern; rent reason
able. Price $2-,700. $,o000 cash; bal
ance on time.
18 clegantly furnished tooms, modern and
up to date; first-class in every respect.
This is a mioniey maker. Price $t,8oo.
I.et us show this to you.
24-room lodging house, in good repair
throughout for $2,750. Running water in
every room; house full; rent cheap.
22-roomt lodging house in one of the best
location., in the city; all modern. Price,
$600oo buys furniture and gives possession
to 8-rooim lodging house; close in. Look
31-rooms on South Main; all modern anal
well filled by good paying tenants.
1i roo:s, also dining room in connecction:
doing good business on West Broad
way. Price, $55o.
Restaurant on Main; good location and
doing good business. Price $300.
Confectionery store, in fine location and
doing lirst-class business. Reasonable
terms. Price $j5o.
tom West Porphyry.
RANCH FOR SALE.-32o ACRES OF
good hay land in close vicinity to Butte.
Apply to room 615, Hennessy biulding
FOR SALE-TWENTY-ROOM FUR
nished lodging house; everything newc
and good; price, $9oo. Address to E.
C., care Inter Mountain.
HORSE AND CARRIAGE.
FOR SAtIE--IIORSE AND PIIAIETON,
Spider phaeton and safe family horse. Mrs.
Jessie C. Knox, box o1034.
FOR SALE, CHEAP-SIX-ROOM IIOUSE
anrd furniture, South Side. Oechsli, l24
West Park street.
GREAT MOVE BY A BIG BUSINESS
into a large store; largest of its kind in
the entire West. The Butte Exchange
Furniture company will move into the
live-story building now occupied by the
Kennedy Furniture comnpany, No. o
West Broadway, about July ist, and will
occupy the entire building and prepared
to handle your household goods and fur
niture any way you want it. Buy, sell,
exchange, pack and ship. Particular
attention to storage. Two floors will
be set aside for this purpose, giving you
the safest and cleanest storage in the
city. Trunks and boxes, 5oc per month *
three for $r.oo.
BUTTE EXCHANGE FURNITURE CO.
J,. CHAUVIN, Mgr.
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